Category Archives: Research

Toom-ah? What Stinkin’ Toom-ah!

Below is the first of several guest posts to Survivorship Partners’ blog. Jessica is a walking definition of advocacy and really illustrates how vital being proactive is in survivorship.  What can we learn from her in advocating for yourself or … Continue reading

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Rachel was Ahead of Her Time

I think Rachel Carson would have been pleased with the most recent report and recommendations from the Institute of Medicine (IOM)  that was released last week.   This report reviewed the evidence on the environmental causes of breast cancer.   It emphasized … Continue reading

Posted in Breast Cancer, Environment, Estrogen, Exercise, Research | 2 Comments

Enjoy your Java, Ladies and Gentlemen!

A positive link between coffee and lowered cancer risk?  This is a vice that is actually good for you. I no longer feel guilty about drinking my cup of joe each morning.  Recently I’ve started using my French Press because … Continue reading

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